Having just announced a gigantic tour with the biggest heads in indie music, Peace, When Young are well placed to make 2018 their breakthrough year. Having released ‘Pretty Pure’ to acclaim back in January, the band have returned with the brilliant b-side with their latest offering.
‘The Collector’ is a heartfelt and emotional track and sonically lands the band between The Cranberries and Beach House. Ethereal and eloquent while still holding on to their folk spirit. The track also comes with a bloody good viddy an all.
Singer Aoife Power says: ”The video for The Collector documents the simple, everyday movements that everyone experiences.
“We are all carrying out the same routine to show that we are all connected in the universal tasks of daily life but still individually searching for a sense of place and belonging. The gentle tones and slow paced everyday storyline was inspired by the films of Eric Rohmer.”
A huge May ahead for Whenyoung, tour dates are below.
05 Leeds, Live at Leeds (DIY stage at the Brudenell Social Club)
05 Newcastle, Meet the North
06 Liverpool, Sound City
08 Glasgow, Saint Luke’s
09 Sheffield, The Leadmill
11 York, Fibbers
12 Derby, The Venue
13 Hull, The Welly Club
15 Norwich, The Waterfront
16 London, The O2 Forum
19 Southampton, Engine Rooms
20 Bristol, SWX
22 Reading, Sub89
23 Leicester, Dryden Street Social
24 Birmingham, O2 Academy